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Fix for whirlpool tub problem


just put a washer 1" I.D 1.25" OD 1/32" to 1/16" thickness should work.

if you want to order it online go to mcmaster carr
see part number 95606A280.

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  • dibblob Oct 10, 2008

    my door wont open its a whirlpool awn 1400 every thing els is working i have unpluged it left for two minuits pluged back in still wont open can you help thanks alan



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You said your door will not open!

Door locked at end of wash cycle
Did all of the water drain out of the washer during the
Select DRAIN/SPIN to remove any water remaining in the
washer. The washer door will unlock at the end of the drain.
Let me know how you do.

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